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I love Barbara Ehrenreich. I haven't read it all but I am going through cancer as well and this book has helped me immensely.Published 1 month ago by Joan Kramer
This is a stunningly important book on the damage wrought by the new thought movement on our country and culture. Read it.Published 5 months ago by mostserene1
This book is quite a lot of gibberish.... I laughed out loud when I got to the section in which she described Joel Osteens' writing style -- she might as well have been describing... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rev JSM
Great book! One of the best commentaries on the fraud being perpetrated on us by marketing industry.Published 8 months ago by Richard Newquist
Impressive examination of the Positive Thinking culture. She explains the difference between positive delusions and real happiness, and helps one understand the advantages of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nadia
Note: I initially purchased this Kindle book, then (sadly) spent money on the Audible version, hence the specific wording I used in the review. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Suma
This book is hilarious. Ehrenreich truly possesses the gift of wit and a flare for dark humor, and she uses it brilliantly here. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jennifer Robinson